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Which of the following statements is true? A. Lines of latitude measure distance east and west of the prime meridian. B. Lines of longitude measure distance north and south of the equator.
C. Lines of latitude are also called meridians. D. Parallels north of the equator are labeled N.
C. Lines of latitude are also called meridians
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User: Lines of latitude are also called: A. meridians B. longitudes C. equators D. parallels

User: Which of the following statements is true? A. Lines of latitude measure distance east and west of the prime meridian. B. Lines of longitude measure distance north and south of the equator. C. Lines of latitude are also called meridians. D. Parallels north of the equator are labeled N.

Weegy: C. Lines of latitude are also called meridians
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User: lines of latitude are also called?

User: True or false: Lines of latitude are also called meridians

User: The Wheat Belt in Kansas would be considered which type of region? A. functional B. perceptual C. formal D. vernacular

Weegy: The Wheat Belt in Kansas would be considered A. a functional region. Thank you.
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